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I have a mathematical theorem written in pencil on paper. I am using a handheld device to use the internet.
On this webpage - http://annals.math.princeton.edu/submission-guidelines - are the high requirements of the modern world for the publication of a math paper. I have hundreds of handwritten pages of mathematical work, but what I need to publish should be only ten pages or so.
Proving Legendre's conjecture took a lot of work. Verifying the proof took a lot of work. Putting the proof into text will be a lot of work, for my handwritten papers have more numbers than words, and the drawings have to be explained. Publishing the proof of Legendre's conjecture in a refereed mathematics publication of worldwide repute would allow other mathematicians to read it at their convenience and verify it for themselves and, most importantly, make use of the other results which follow from the proof technique.
From the start, through the process, to the finish is the way to go. I need assistance getting started.